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Hector the cat has had to share his house with Jane Croft’s micro-pigs for the past year – and from the looks of it, Hector may just be enjoying his life. His best piggy friend is Manuka, pictured here. Belly rub, anyone?
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Croft is also mom to Daisy the dog, who gets along with just about all the piglets! “They sit together in the wicker cat basket and groom each other,” Croft tells PEOPLEPets.com. “It is lovely to watch them.”
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OUT THE DOOR
The animals all use the door, Crofts says. “They go out to lay on the veranda in the sun, and then pop back in for a drink and a cool down.”
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As far as food goes, the pigs get their own food and porridge. Clearly, Hector doesn’t let the pigs eat in peace.
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LIKE DOG, LIKE PIG
Though they seem rather serene in this photo, the pigs and Daisy are often found picking up toys and running around the living room with them!
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STAY RIGHT THERE
“The pigs that live in the house will stay here,” Croft says. “If they were moved, they would certainly miss their friends and comforts.”
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Though Hector the feline has a particular attachment to Manuka, he gets along with the other pigs, too. “They play, sleep and groom each other” all day, Croft says.
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SOME ROOM, PLEASE?
Still, just one basket for all the animals seems like a squeeze!
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HOME ON THE RUG
House training isn’t a problem with these little guys. “They are toilet-trained, so they leave when they need to go,” Croft says. “Very well-trained piggies!”